Class
6 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
The Poetry, Picture Book, Novel, and Memoir Writing Project Information Session 1

Price
Regular $0.00
Low Income $0.00
Member $0.00
Genre
Children's and Young Adult Literature Creative Nonfiction Fiction Poetry
Family
Adult
Level
Open to All Levels
Location
Open Book-Loft Classroom
Number of Sessions
1
Day of the Week
Tuesday
Duration
Single Session
Writing Project Holder

Coming in 2020!

The Novel Writing Project
Starting January, 2020
with Peter Geye

Everything you need to know about the novel, from first thought to publication, taught by award-winning author Peter Geye.

NEW! The Picture Book Project
with Molly Beth Griffin
Starting January, 2020

Everything you need to know about writing your picture book, from first thought to publication, taught by picture book and young adult author Molly Beth Griffin.

The Memoir Writing Project
with Nicole Helget
Starting January 2020

Everything you need to know about writing your memoir, from first thought to publication, taught by the author of acclaimed memoir The Summer of Ordinary Ways, Nicole Helget.

The Poetry Project
with Gretchen Marquette
Starting January 2020

Everything you need to know about creating your poetry collection, from first thought to publication, taught by poet Gretchen Marquette, author of the collection Mayday (Graywolf, 2016).

The year-long Poetry, Novel, Picture Book, and Memoir Writing Projects are 4 separate programs who share many similarities; this info session is designed to answer questions of poets, novelists, and memoirists, and will be led by Gretchen Marquette, Peter Geye, Molly Beth Griffin, and Nicole Helget, as well as the Loft's Program Director in Education.

Curious about what this endeavor will entail? Nervous about committing to a project for one whole year? Questions about how much it will cost, and whether or not you're far enough along with your creative work for this to be an appropriate choice for you? Come to an information session, where you can get all these questions answered, and more! Information sessions are free, but we ask you to register online here.